Tips for travelling in Chau Doc
Châu Đốc is a city in An Giang Province, bordering Cambodia, in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. The...
Smiling lion, wooden fish
I entered a huge three-story gallery whose plain white walls were covered with paintings of strange creatures. Under the...
Lift up your heads, you mighty gates
Since ancient times, the village gate has served as more than just an entrance or exit. Many villages have...
Centennial Ceremony in Ha Nam Island

The Centennial Ceremony, a celebration of the elders above the age of 80 and craft their names on the Tien Cong Temple in Hai Nam Island

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An Exciting Co Loa Festival

Cổ Loa Citadel (Vietnamese: Thành Cổ Loa) is a citadel built near Phong Khe, about 20 km to the North of today’s Hanoi, during the end of the Hồng Bàng Dynasty (about 257 BCE).

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Traveling in Dak Lak in The Coffee Season

Considered as the cultural heart of the Highlands, Dak Lak is home to many unique cuisines and the elephants, the primeval forests and bright white coffee flowers field in March. Suggestions below will help you to plan for success off-road trip to this region.

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Face Painting Festival in Lang Son

Face painting is a little bit understating. In the numerous of New Year Festivals, tourists can take part in Beating Drum Festival, Ná Nhèm (face painting in Tày people language) fiesta and many more others.

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Pushing back the darkness

Humans had only rice thatch to eat, so they asked Buddha for help. Buddha told them to grow only sweet potatoes. That year people were happy, and the demon got only the leaves to chew.

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Firecraker festival is a gay old time

Tet 2013, I went to see a festival in Dong Ky village in Tu Son District, Bac Ninh Province, near Hanoi. It began with a firecracker procession. A train of hundreds of young men brought two gigantic cracker models and rolls of ‘small cracker model,’ each roll over 100 metres long, to the village communal house.

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Remembers Of The Old Hanoi’s Tet!

The Tet atmosphere was kept and passed along to many generations, but still it remained the same joyful and tender as it was the old days. In the old days of Tet, there was nothing much.

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Vietnam tourist attractions open for free, offer diverse activities during Tet

A number of relics in Hanoi, Hue, and Hoi An Ancient Town will be open to tourists for free during Tet (Lunar New Year), while a myriad of activities are poised to take place in several other localities to celebrate the holiday.

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Flowering seasons across Vietnam tempting for backpackers, tourists

In recent years, more backpackers have trekked on bike across the country for rewarding tastes of stunning flower seasons, which also draw influxes of domestic and international tourists.

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Tet Nguyen Dan: tips for welcoming the new year in Vietnam

In Vietnam, Tet ushers in the New Year and is by far the biggest day on the national calendar. Tet rites begin a week before New Year’s Day, and the first three days of the New Year are official holidays, but the event visitors will really want to experience is New Year’s Eve

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